OnlyFans & JustForFans creators (and everyone with a Smart phone) on board the Atlantis Events cruises have been warned.
In an updated version of the guest handbook Atlantis prohibits creating adult material onboard their cruises…
While we want everyone to have fun, there are limits and so we ask that you be respectful of all guests and our cruise partners.
Please do not post anything explicitly sexual on social media in a public forum or other online space.
Any guest who posts or publishes an explicit and publicly visible photo or video will be asked to leave the ship with no refund.”
This policy apparently comes after a number of explicit videos from previous events went viral on social media, in NSFW gay circles.
But the policy did not appear to have been included in an Atlantis pre-cruise guide that was sent to guests for a cruise in October 2022.
The handbook says the Atlantis Events and Royal Caribbean
take this seriously and have a team of volunteers monitoring most sites.”
Hmm, wonder whose job that is? (And, as Queerty asks are volunteers compensated?)
Seriously, Sue Beeby, a spokesperson for OnlyFans, said
OnlyFans respects copyright and trademark laws across the world.”
JustForFans founder Dominic Ford says that
every brand has a right to protect its image. If models are careful and smart about filming, they should be fine.
It’s a shame that sex work and pornography is still marginalized and stigmatized. But we need to find ways of working with our friends and allies to make sure everyone’s safe spaces are protected, not just ours.”
But it seems like the solution is pretty simple –just wait until the cruise is over to post and don’t include anyone not knowingly participating.
(Photo, Atlantis, screen grab; via Queerty)